The music video for this song is great. Most people know Ryan Lewis from his work with Macklemore, but the man deserves more credit than that, he’s an awesome producer.
Neon Indian’s new single, Polish Girl.
TOMORROW, Sun. Sept. 25, Low is coming to CC’s Armstrong theater. Tickets are $10 at the Worner Desk with a student ID, doors open at 6:30, and the show starts at 7:00. See you all there.
Something upbeat for those of us who will be up all night. This band hails from Duluth, Minnesota, where there isn’t much to do on long winter nights but learn to play a banjo or fiddle this fast.
Buttery soul from Irish born Maverick Sabre.
Low haven’t a blemish on their lengthy discography, and 2011′s C’mon holds its own (to say the least) against the best of their past eight LP’s. The band is bringing their soft-core to CC’s Armstrong Theater on Sunday, September 25th, thanks to KRCC. Until then, listen to C’mon‘s leading track–it will wash you clean.
Hailing from Portland, OR, Unknown Mortal Orchestra crafts simple, catchy, hook-driven psychedelica with the infectious momentum of your favorite pop song, momentum which carries you inexorably back to where you began. Circular, redundant, visceral, addicting. u need it.
Check out this cosmo-bursting opening track from The Field’s new album, Looping State of Mind.
Mayer Hawthorne’s patented brand of neo-motown plus cool retro video? Yes Please!
CA duo Hella (Drummer Zach Hill and guitarist Spencer Seim) are back. This mathy garage piece will put a kick in your day.